*Free* online cell biology conference registration available

Dr. Brett Burridge brett at vei.co.uk
Sun Oct 12 07:12:12 EST 1997


The First Electronic Cell Biology Conference (ECB-1) will be held on
the World Wide Web from November 3 - 14, 1997. ECB-1 will be a fully
international event open to all members of the scientific community
and will cover a range of current topics related to Cell Biology.

Authors can opt to have their presentation in the following

* non-permanent WWW presentation of a conference poster.
* non-permanent WWW presentation of a conference lecture. 
* refereed WWW presentation which will be considered for print
* refereed WWW presentation which will be considered for permanent
electronic publication.

During the conference interaction, presentations and discussions will
take place via the WWW using a Java-based virtual conference centre,
WWW-based discussion forums and an electronic mailing list. Before the
conference, a timetable for lectures and discussion sessions for each
section will be posted. 

* Presenters at the conference will now be offered a complimentary
conference registration. 

* Conference registrants will be offered a complimentary one year
membership of a new cell biology network resource that will be
accessible after the conference has ended. 

* A Virtual Conference Centre similar to the one to be used for the
conference may be visited by guests at: http://www.vei.co.uk/openday 
Further details are available from:

1. The conference web site at http://www.vei.co.uk/ecb1 (Includes
conference subject areas, registration details and other information).

2. Dr. Barry Hardy (Managing director)
   Virtual Environments International Ltd
   Oxford Centre for Innovation, Mill St
   Oxford, OX2 0JX, UK
   Email: barry at vei.co.uk

3. Dr. Brett Burridge
   (Conference administrator - to whom enquiries may be emailed)
   Email: brett at vei.co.uk

Dr. Brett Burridge (brett at vei.co.uk)
Conference administrator,
Virtual Environments International (www.vei.co.uk)

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